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[Winter 2016] Guidelines for College English Courses Registration
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[Winter 2016] Guidelines for College English Courses Registration

 

※ The courses offered by the College English Program (College English Ⅰ, College English Ⅱ, and Advanced English) are among the mandatory first-year ‘General Education’ courses. Thus, students who do not take the courses during the first year or during the year designated by their departments cannot graduate, the consequences of which are the sole responsibility of the student in concern.

※ College English Ⅰ is not offered during the winter sessions.

※ Please check the CEP website (http://cep.snu.ac.kr → About CEP → Course Registration Guideline) for more detailed regulations.

 

1. Eligibility by TEPS Score: According to entrance year/regulations set by each college

Entrance Year

College

English Foundations

College English Ⅰ

College English Ⅱ

Advanced

English

In and after 2014

College of Humanities

(one or two courses are required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Required

College of Engineering

(Nuclear Engineering)

(two courses are required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Required

College of Veterinary Medicine

(one course is required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

AE: Presentation is required

College of Social Sciences

College of Human Ecology

(800 and below: one course is required;

801 and above: exempted from English courses)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Eligible

Others

(900 and below: one course is required;

901 and above: exempted from English courses)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801-900: Required

901 and above: Eligible

2009~

2013

College of Music,

College of Fine Arts,

College of Education

(Physical Education)

500 and below

501-700:

Required

701-800: Required

801 and above:

Required

Others

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800: Required

801 and above:

Required

2006~

2008

College of Music,

College of Fine Arts,

College of Education

(Physical Education)

500 and below

501-700:

Required

701-800: Eligible

701 and above: Eligible, Exempted from CE I

College of Nursing (2006)

500 and below

501-700:

Required

701-800: Eligible

701 and above: Eligible, Exempted from CE I

Others,

College of Nursing (2007~2008)

550 and below

551-750:

Required

701-800: Eligible

751 and above: Eligible, Exempted from CE I

2003~

2005

All Colleges

500 and below

501-700:

Required

701-800: Eligible

701 and above: Eligible, Exempted from CE I

2000~

2002

All Colleges

500 and below

501-700:

Required

701-800: Eligible

701 and above:

Required

1999 and before

All Colleges

Eligible without TEPS scores

Eligible without TEPS scores

701-800: Eligible

701 and above: Eligible

 

(1) Registration Requirements (TOEIC or TOEFL scores are not acceptable.)

1) In order to register for College English I, College English II, or Advanced English, students must have a TEPS score which satisfies the criterion for each course. (The criterion depends on the student's entrance year and the course regulations set by the student's college.)

① In and after 2014: the number of courses, specific course(s) a student must complete, and exemption from College English courses will be decided by his or her TEPS score on admission (the highest TEPS score between the score(s) acquired within the valid period of two years from the admission date and the score acquired from the special TEPS for freshmen).

②2013 and before: the highest TEPS score acquired before the beginning of the semester regardless of the expiration date of the test (the TEPS score acquired from the special TEPS for freshmen is acceptable.)

※ Students who have multiple TEPS scores should register for a course according to their highest TEPS score. If a student registers for a course that is not according to his or her highest TEPS score, the student will get an “F” grade at the end of the semester.

2) TOEIC or TOEFL scores are not acceptable.

※ However, students who submitted their TOEFL scores to the College English Program Office by December 31, 2009 can take College English courses with the TOEFL scores they submitted.

 

(2) TEPS Score Submission (effective from Spring 2010)

Students do not have to submit their TEPS scores to the College English Program Office since the TEPS Management Committee forwards all students' TEPS scores to the office where each student's eligibility for his or her chosen course is checked.

※ Students who entered SNU in and after 2014 and do not have TEPS scores on admission have to submit his or her TEPS score to the Faculty of Liberal Education Office (room 203, building 61) before the semester starts. If not, they will not be allowed to take the course they registered for.

For your information, students can check their TEPS scores on admission at mySNU website (http://my.snu.ac.kr).

 

(3) International Students

The same regulations for Korean students apply to international students admitted in and after 2009. Thus, all international students admitted in and after 2009 must acquire a TEPS score which satisfies the criterion for each course. If not, the student will receive an “F” grade.

 

(4) Physically challenged students, exchange students, and visiting students

Physically challenged students, exchange students, and visiting students can take College English I or College English II or Advanced English without TEPS scores.

 

(5) "F" Grade Situations

Students must confirm their eligibility before registration. If a student is found not to have the necessary qualification for the chosen course, the student will receive an “F” grade.

1) An “F” grade will be given to students who do not have the required TEPS score which satisfies the criterion of the chosen course and have not previously taken a course lower in proficiency level than the current course chosen.

2) An “F” grade will be given to students who register for a course whose TEPS score requirement is lower than their highest TEPS score:

① A student who has previously completed Advanced English or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of Advanced English cannot register for College English Ⅱ, College English Ⅰ, or English Foundations.

② A Student who has previously completed College English Ⅱ or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of College English Ⅱ cannot register for College English Ⅰ or English Foundations.

③ A Student who has previously completed College English Ⅰ or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of College English Ⅰ cannot register for English Foundations.

3) An “F” grade will be given to students who have registered for more than one course from different levels within a single semester.

 

(6) Exemption from TEPS Score Requirements

1) Students registering for College English Ⅰ who have previously completed English Foundations

2) Students registering for College English Ⅱ or Advanced English who have previously completed College English Ⅰ

3) Students registering for Advanced English who have previously completed College English Ⅰ or College English Ⅱ

4) Students under special treatment or with special needs (students with sight, hearing, or physical disabilities)

5) Exchange students and visiting students

6) International students (including overseas Koreans) admitted in and before 2008

7) Graduate students

 

2. Regulations on Retaking Courses

(1) Students can choose to take a higher level course instead of the course they wish to retake. For instance, a student who has previously completed College English Ⅰ can take College English Ⅱ or Advanced English to replace the grade for the previously taken College English Ⅰ.

※ However, students must inform their departments they retook the course right after getting a grade in the retaking course. If not, they will be considered to have taken separate courses.

(2) The two subcourses of College English Ⅱ (CE Ⅱ: Writing and CE Ⅱ: Speaking) are mutually substitutable in the case of retaking a course. The same rule applies to the seven subcourses of Advanced English (AE: Prose, AE: Academic Writing, AE: Exploring Film, AE: Drama Workshop, AE: Culture and Society, AE: Presentation, and AE: Literature).

※ However, students must inform their departments they retook t he course right after getting a grade in the retaking course. If not, they will be considered to have taken separate courses.

(3) From 2009, you can get two credits if you retake CE I, CE II, and AE.

 

3. Regulations on Taking Multiple Courses during a Single Semester

(1) Students are not allowed to take more than one course from different levels during a single semester. Students take more than one course among English Foundations, College English I, College English , and Advanced English during a single semester will receive an “F” grade.

(2) However, students can simultaneously take the two subcourses of College English Ⅱ (CE Ⅱ: Writing and CE Ⅱ: Speaking) or two courses among the seven subcourses of Advanced English (AE: Prose, AE: Academic Writing, AE: Exploring Film, AE: Drama Workshop, AE: Culture and Society, AE: Presentation, and AE: Literature) during a single semester.

 

4. Graduating Seniors

(1) There is no class only for graduating seniors and students are not recommended to take College English courses at their last semesters.

(2) Graduating seniors are not permitted extra excused absences even if they are absent from classes due to job interviews, internships, and etc. Therefore, graduating seniors must keep the attendance policy to get credits.

 

5. Teaching Practicum (Effective from Fall 2009)

Students who are in Teaching Practicum are not allowed to take courses offered by the College English Program. Students in Teaching Practicum are not permitted extra excused absences.

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